There are an infinite number of flooring options out there to choose from. Selecting which one will look best and will hold up to every day use in your new home can be tough.
When we started building our house, the plans included a built-in desk for the office. We had every intention of letting our builder do it, but as our build time dragged out due to the world shutting down, we started to cut things we could do ourselves from the build.
We can't believe that we've lived in our home for almost two years now! We loved the design and building process, but we've loved turning our new build into our home even more.
In this post, we'll dive a little deeper into some of the specifics about devices and features that we use in our smart home.
We've gotten a lot of questions about the smart features we've added to our home, so I've decided to document our journey. Many of the considerations we made came from months, if not years, of personal experimentation in both our current home and our previous home.
As if there weren't already enough decisions to make during the homebuilding process, another one to think about is your electrical. For most people, this will probably be the first time you'll have to think about electrical in your home. While this may be a little more work, it's also an advantage.
We often get asked about where we got our front doors and the answer is: from Scott's dad. In fact, the world was just beginning to shut down the weekend Scott's parents came down to deliver and install our doors in March of 2020.
Now that our home is complete, we wanted to share a few tips and tricks that we learned along the way.